Types of Dance
There are so many Dance Types to choose from!
At Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Plymouth,we can teach you to dance with ANY Partner, on ANY Dance Floor, to ANY type of music. With instructors hailing from around the world, there isn’t a dance that we can’t handle. We offer group dancing lessons and private dancing lessons, as well as wedding dance lessons, children’s lessons and practice parties at our Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Plymouth, MA. Our staff are some of the best in the business and we pride ourselves on having the most effective system for teaching in the industry!
There are many types of dance, we break them down into two categories to make learning easier and more effective. The two styles are smooth (or standard) and Rhythm (or Latin). By utilizing the similarities in the dances we are able to teach in less time (and with a lot more fun) than any other method available.
Ballroom Dance Lessons with Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Plymouth will show you how to get up onto the dance floor and experience the joy that dancing can bring. We can teach dance lessons for any type or style that you can dance with a partner. We also include Group dance classes with our Private dance lesson programs. There is no age restriction to enjoying a love for partnership dancing. We teach children as young as 4 and adults as old as 95! Contact us today to see what dancing can do in your life.
We teach many types of popular dance styles and offer both group dance lessons and private dance lessons, wedding dance lessons and practice parties at our Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Plymouth, MA.
Our dances include Salsa, Cha-Cha, Tango, Swing, Waltz, Rumba and many more!
Click on the list on the right to learn about the different dances.
We would love to see you on the dance floor!
Our instinct tells us to express rhythm. Just as children bob their heads to music and senior citizens tap their canes to the beat, dancing comes naturally to both young and old alike. Some form of social dancing has probably existed since the beginning of time, moving from ritualistic dancing to social interaction for pure enjoyment.